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A woman heading to Cleveland Clinic to receive treatment for an autoimmune disease nearly died when she suffered an allergic reaction on an American Airlines flight — she was saved by a doctor from that hospital, who happened to be on board.

Ashley Spencer, 28, was flying in from Philadelphia on Sunday when she went into anaphylactic shock. Spencer told WEWS she was heading to Cleveland Clinic to enroll in a clinical trial for her eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (EGPA), an autoimmune disease that causes a person’s blood vessels to be inflamed.

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“I stopped breathing,” she recalled to WEWS. “I still had a pulse. That’s when the stewardess said, ‘Is there any medical professionals on the aircraft? It’s an emergency.'”

Spencer said she has a severe peanut allergy and believed she was having an allergic reaction to a bag of chips she ate before the plane took off.

Dr. Erich Kiehl, who is an electrophysiology fellow at Cleveland Clinic, happened to be on the same flight as Spencer and stepped in to help her. Kiehl and another doctor from North Carolina injected Spencer with an EpiPen four times, the report stated.

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